One brand who the BMX industry is always looking at when it comes to releasing new bikes is Sunday. The Sunday 2013 range is due out this week, and this years range is much of the same with that extra bit that Sunday offer every year.
The first addition to the 2013 range is the introduction of the Sunday Lil Spark 16" 2013 This is the first time Sunday have done a bike for the younger generation so its bound to be good! The perfect entry level bike for the first time rider aged between 4 years to 7 years.
The Second addition to the 2013 Sunday range is the Spark is now available in 2 top tube sizes. The Spark in 2012 was a standard 20.5" top tube, however in the 2013 range you will be able to get two different top tube lengths. The Sunday Spark 20" 2013 is built on a shorter 20" top tube frame, still offering modern pro geometry, just a better size for first time 20" users around 11 to 12 years. But fear not, you can still get the Sunday Spark 20.5" 2013 which is the same size as the 2012 model was and good all round size!
Next up! We've more models in the Expert and Pro level bikes! These bikes have become defining models in the Sunday complete bike range, thats due to the incredible spec they feature. For 2013 we have Expert 2013 bikes from Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Garrett Reeves and Alex Mallagan. These EX models feature the new Odyssey Springfield Calipers and Lever, new Sunday Sabretooth Sprocket and now come with female axles front and rear! All for less money than last year at £499. As for the pro level bikes they feature much of the same, the only noticable spec upgrade is to the rear hub. The Pro level bikes for 2013 now feature the new Odyssey Quartet Rear Hub featuring a female axle. Oh and again I forgot to mention...now £699!
Finally right at the top end we've go the new Sunday Soundwave 2013. The Soundwave is taking over from last years Forecaster Special. This bike comprises of all the aftermarket Sunday and Odyssey parts in one place to make the most comprehensive BMX complete bike out there, just follow the link and work out how much all those fully aftermarket parts would cost? Over £1500! But you could buy the Soundwave Bike for only £999! The Soundawave frame is a brand new frame out, and isnt actually released to the open market as a frame until slightly later in the year.
As you can see, Sunday yet again steeping up to the level that seems to have been set for 2013. To view all the Sunday bikes simply click here. If you like the look of one of these bikes, and your thinking of reserving one for christmas get in touch sooner rather than later.!